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Win the war against limescale!

Drinking tea
Is Limescale leaving a nasty taste in your mouth? There’s nothing like taking a break with a lovely cuppa. The water that comes out of our taps can have natural variances, based on your location in the UK. People in Scotland and the Lake District claim to have the best drinking water in the UK. This BBC article explains why water tastes different around the country. One of the taste factors is w...
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Banish that Bad Taste in your Kettle

Cleaning a kettle with citric acid
Recently, there's been lots of talk in the media about a bad taste in your cuppa from certain kettles. Here's our advice to find out if it's the water or the kettle and if anything can be done about it.     1. Try boiling the water in a pan to see how it tastes. If you can determine that the taste has come from the kettle - and it's a new kettle - then boil it four or five times ...
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It’s Tea Time!

As all good Brits know, almost everything can be solved with a good cup of tea. From the first brew made in China over 5,000 years ago, people all over the world have relaxed, laughed, cried and put the world to rights over a brew. It’s really no surprise that tea is Britain’s most popular beverage. But what if your kettle is encrusted with limescale that ends up floating to the top of yo...
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